Graduate student Cameron Rodman has been elected to the Board of Trustees of the American Society of Landscape Architects as the 2014-2015 national student representative. Rodman will serve as the liaison between landscape architecture students, ASLA student chapters, and the organization’s leadership. His role is to foster a positive relationship between students and professionals who
The Executive Healthcare Business Program recently won several international awards for its work helping medical teams around the nation improve their services and enhance the patient experience. The program won two of five major awards during the national conference of the Alliance of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, an international association that includes more
Thanks to all faculty and staff who attended the Chancellor’s Spring Thank You picnic Tuesday. More than 1,300 employees enjoyed a casual lunch at the zero-waste picnic held at Thompson-Boling Arena.
Two UT students have been awarded US Department of State Critical Language Scholarships to study critical-needs languages during the summer. Paige Scrivener, of Memphis, will study Chinese at Suzhou University in Suzhou, China. Jeremy Pearson, of Salem, Oregon, will be going to Oman to study Arabic.
A severe vulnerability has been discovered in Microsoft’s web browser, Internet Explorer. The Office of Information Technology is recommending that UT students, faculty, and staff stop using Internet Explorer and switch to an alternate web browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari.
At the campus’s annual Honors Banquet last week, Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek celebrated faculty, staff, and students for their accomplishments throughout the past academic year. Joseph Miles, an assistant professor of counseling psychology, received the LGBT Advocate Award. Susan Riechert, a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, was named this year’s Notable UT Woman.